The studentship is with the University of Salford and Spadeadam Testing & Research Centre (STaR). We are looking for a PhD candidate to work on developing methods for explosive noise impact prediction and management. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake experimental trials, model long-range noise propagation, and develop procedures to manage adverse human impact in the near and far field. The candidate will spend 1 year at the University of Salford followed by 2 years at STaR in Spadeadam. The studentship is fully funded and includes: Full fee waiver; enhanced tax-free stipend of £16444 p.a. for 3½ years; plus paid accommodation at Spadeadam for years 2 and 3; bench fees and consumable costs; funds specifically allocated for conference travel. Final date for applications: 29/10/2018, the candidate must register by 14/01/2019. Details here.